Creekside Inn & Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Creekside Inn & Resort Guerneville
Travel Blogs from Guerneville
... went out for a smoke, so I thought, **** it! Went over and just said hello. Him and his mate were really nice. Asked me about my road trip, and got a photo. It seemed like I only spoke to him for a few mins, but like my best man speech at George and Anthony's wedding, I've a feeling I spoke AT him for ages about my travel plans. Mememe! I posted the pic on Twitter two days later, and he "favourited" it! Have to say, he's a really nice guy, and what a ...
... it was located for that matter. Some things are just meant to be!
We arrived at the quaint Schoolhouse Canyon campground after a short two hour drive. The campground has been family operated since the 1960s. All reservations are made by leaving a voicemail and waiting for a call back. All transactions are cash only and paid in person upon arrival. It was a sweet find. The campground was meticulously maintained, and located in ...
... Just before the lighthouse is a huge area of Public Lands. I investigated online. It is called Stornetta Public Lands, http://www.blm.gov/ca/st/en/fo/ukiah/st ornetta.html. It is a California Coastal National Monument. You can walk for miles along the cliffs. It has amazing scenery!
Farm land stretches for miles upon miles throughout Highway One. In Sonoma County north of Bodega Bay, Highway One passes through open-range areas ...
... about 2 weeks now. The Beloved Dave (TBD) has been busting his butt trying to create perfection, and driving himself crazy since it is not possible with the ancient, poorly constructed trailer. Still, he is doing a fine job of making it as close to perfect as possible. Me…. I think close is just fine and I wish he wouldn't get so stressed, but hey, it is how he functions, so who am I to pooh-pooh it?
I have been learning how to mud and tape drywall, and doing the ...
... around the grounds, and then proceeded to dinner.
The Applewood Inn was in the middle of no where in the town of Guerneville. I would have never discovered this place, but luckily TravelZoo had an offer for a 3 course meal, with wine, for $79. It wasn't until after I purchased the deal that I discovered it was a "Michelin" rated restaurant. Wow!